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Your chance to hurl abuse (or appreciation) at Joel Stein

January 2, 2007 |  7:46 am

The notorious JS has a column today telling readers not to bother e-mailing him, because "I don't want to talk to you, I want to talk at you." He does, however, offer this generous opportunity for interaction:

I'm asking my editors to build a page on opinion.latimes.com where, instead of e-mailing me, you can write about how arrogant I am. And maybe on this site, one brave person will write about how I'm right to stand up against this world of false, easy community, where columnists pretend they think their essays are no more valuable than yours, and friendship is a stranger who thanks you for the MySpace add.

So, this is where you come in. What have you always wanted to say to Joel Stein, or his editors? The floor is yours.

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